I am very pleased to be able to offer this rare covered dish introduced in 1928. Co-Operative Flint Glass Co., Beavers Fall, PA, referred to their No. 547 dish as a WHALE although it is definitely a FISH as it has fins and scales.
The Fish measures approximately 7 1/2" long and is 3" tall to the top of the fin. The Fish is clear with matte dark gray painted fins and yellow eyes. There are no chips, cracks or repairs.
The Fish can be seen on page 343 and 345 of Co-Operative Flint Glass Co. of Beaver Falls, Pennsylvania 1879-1934 by E. Earl and JoAnne S. Autenreith.
Vintage glass may show characteristics of age, including base wear, bubbles, pattern irregularities, straw marks or mold marks. While free of chips, cracks or repairs, pieces may show signs of gentle use.
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